Revista de Medicina Desportiva (English) July 2018 - Page 5

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Finally , the edition is written in english . This magazine is published in english since march on the free Apps . Just look for writing the words : Medicina Desportiva . From now on , our knowledge and the papers we are writing , our investigation and our publications can be red worldwide . It was an antique ambition that comes true now , thanks to the support of Portuguese Foundation for Sport and Santa Casa de Misericordia , from Lisbon . It is one stimulus more to increase and to ameliorate the national production . We ’ ll be waiting for that .
The concern about the consumption of energy drinks by adolescents , particularly in Portugal , has been a topic addressed in this publication . The study “ Consumption patterns of energy drinks in Portuguese teenagers from a northern town of Portugal ” express once again some concern about the consumption . This transversal study was carried out through a self-fulfilling questionnaire and the responses from 1414 teenagers ( 11-17 years old ) were obtained , with the average age of 15,1 ± 1.5 years , 53.9 % girls ) from four public schools in Braga city . The results revealed that 34 % of respondents regularly consume them and 14.1 % do it on a weekly basis . Very troubling is that 39.9 % ingest these beverages together with alcohol . Although flavor is the most chosen answer , the energy increase ( 35 %) and the sports performance ( 33 %) were the reasons mentioned right after . A curious fact is that the highest consumption was related to the lowest school performance .
At least one symptom was mentioned in 30.6 % of the cases . All this information should be reflected and discussed in the right places . Congratulations to Drs . Albino Martins , Carmo Ferreira , Dinis Sousa and Sandra Costa . This investigation was published in the Act MedicalAct With Port 2018 Apr ; 31 ( 4 ): 207-212 ) And can be consulted on the magazine ’ s website ( www . revdesportiva . pt ).
The Australian Institute of Sport ( AIS ) and Australian Medical Association ( AMA ), with the sponsorship from the Australian Government , created the site Concussion in Sport intended to be consulted by athletes , parents , coaches and other interested parties . It is a site produced with the most recent contents , with scientific validity , with the aim to provide the best medical care if this accident occurs . They share the international concern about the high incidence on sport , as well as the potential damage to the health of the athlete , professional or not , young or adult . In the opening page there are four sections directed to athletes , coaches , parents and teachers and medical staff . Entering the section intended for the athlete , there are 15 links , of which stands out Return to Sport , a difficult situation to manage with the athlete . It also refers to the lack of adequate prompt diagnosis and the referral of the victim . Awareness and the highest degree of suspicion are important . But , if in doubt , sit them out , it can be red . The 8-minute movie ( English text ) deserves to be watched . And that can be done at the magazine website ( www . revdesportiva . pt ).
There is a lot of talk about coconut water and it seems a sacrilege to go to Brazil and
not to have it . It can be considered a juice , with low sugar , with low calories , and it has some electrolytes and vitamins . The content of saturated fat is residual ( 0.2mg / 100gr ). The contents concentration depends on the maturation . For each 100gr of coconut water there are 19 calories , 105mg of sodium , 250mg of potassium , 0.7gr of protein , 2.4mg of vitamin C , 24mg of calcium and 0.3mf of iron . It can be used for dehydration treatment after physical exercise , but also to compensate the liquid losses during diarrhea . It is a healthy drink , but the content of sodium and sugar might motivate a visit to the family doctor by the diabetic or the high blood pressure patients . A coconut can have 400ml of liquid , but if it can be not found , there is already industrial production to satisfy anybody ’ s desire . However , nothing is better than to have that small ball on the hand and tasted it with a straw .
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Finally, the edition is writ- ten in english. This magazine is published in english since march on the free Apps. Just look for writing the words: Medicina Desportiva. From now on, our knowledge and the papers we are writing, our investigation and our publications can be red world- wide. It was an antique ambition that comes true now, thanks to the support of Portuguese Foundation for Sport and Santa Casa de Miseri- cordia, from Lisbon. It is one stimu- lus more to increase and to amelio- rate the national production. We’ll be waiting for that. The concern about the consump- tion of energy drinks by adolescents, particularly in Portugal, has been a topic addressed in this publication. The study “Consumption patterns of energy drinks in Portuguese teenagers from a northern town of Portugal” express once again some concern about the consumption. This transversal study was carried out through a self-fulfilling ques- tionnaire and the responses from 1414 teenagers (11-17 years old) were obtained, with the average age of 15,1 ± 1.5 years, 53.9% girls) from four public schools in Braga city. The results revealed that 34% of respondents regularly consume them and 14.1% do it on a weekly basis. Very troubling is that 39.9% ingest these beverages together with alcohol. Although flavor is the most chosen answer, the energy increase (35%) and the sports performance (33%) were the reasons mentioned right after. A curious fact is that the highest consumption was related to the lowest school performance. At least one symptom was men- tioned in 30.6% of the cases. All this information should be reflected and discussed in the right places. Con- gratulations to Drs. Albino Martins, Carmo Ferreira, Dinis Sousa and Sandra Costa. This investigation was published in the Act MedicalAct With Port 2018 Apr;31(4):207-212) And can be consulted on the magazine’s web- site (www.revdesportiva.pt). The Australian Institute of Sport (AIS) and Australian Medical Association (AMA), with the sponsorship from the Australian Government, cre- ated the site Concussion in Sport intended to be consulted by athletes, parents, coaches and other inter- ested parties. It is a site produced with the most recent contents, with scientific validity, with the aim to provide the best medical care if this accident occurs. They share the international concern about the high incidence on sport, as well as the potential damage to the health of the athlete, professional or not, young or adult. In the opening page there are four sections directed to athletes, coaches, parents and teachers and medical staff. Enter- ing the section intended for the athlete, there are 15 links, of which stands out Return to Sport, a diffi- cult situation to manage with the athlete. It also refers to the lack of adequate prompt diagnosis and the referral of the victim. Awareness and the highest degree of suspicion are important. But, if in doubt, sit them out, it can be red. The 8-minute movie (English text) deserves to be watched. And that can be done at the magazine website (www.revde- sportiva.pt). There is a lot of talk about coconut water and it seems a sacrilege to go to Brazil and not to have it. It can be considered a juice, w Ѡ܁՝ȰݥѠ)ɥ̰Ё́ͽɽѕ)٥х̸QѕЁ)ͅɅѕЁ́ɕͥՅɵ(ȤQѕ́Ʌѥ)́ѡɅѥȁ(ȁЁ݅ѕȁѡɔɔ)ɥ̰յͽմ)хͥմݝȁɽѕȸѵ)٥х ѵմ(͵ɽ%Ё͕)ɅѥɕѵЁѕȁͥ)ɍ͔ЁͼѼͅєѡ)ե͕́ɥɡ%Ё́)ѡ䁑ɥЁѡѕЁ)ͽմ՝ȁЁѥمє)٥ͥЁѼѡ䁑ѽȁѡ)ѥȁѡɕɔ)ѥ̸Ёٔ)եЁЁЁչ)ѡɔ́ɕ䁥ɥɽՌ)ѥѼͅѥ͙䁅剽éͥɔ)!ݕٕȰѡ́ѕȁѡѼ)ٔѡЁ͵ѡ)хѕЁݥѠɅܸ) 359% <I <(ͽ̀)ɑ͕́ɅɅ́Չͥѕ)͇鑔MM9L)X' <L))=I9L)MiQ3 9Q% )I %1%Q <MA=IQ%Y)Q%Y%5M% 9UQI' <(ٕɼā镵ɼ)AѼA՝( Ʌ)Yͥє́)ܹɹͅՑѱѥ)ܹͅՑѱѥ()I٥ф5ѥلɵձ ܀